Disagreements between the House and Senate have postponed voting on a gun bill with less than a day left in session [CHECK WIRES FOR COMMENT FROM FUNDERBURK, NOT PRESENT DUE TO DEATH IN FAMILY]
Wrap: State Senator Brian Nieves sharply criticized the House for changing the high profile gun bill in the final days of session.
Nieves says the changes make the bill unacceptable to the Senate.
|Description: "I want to make sure the world understands, that if the Second amendement preserrvation act dies, it dies at the hand of the House."|
The bill's sponsor Representative Doug Funderburk was not in the capitol on Thursday and was unavailable for comment.
Reporting from the state capitol, I'm Matt Kalish, NewsRadio 1120 K-M-O-X
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